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Influential Ethanol Factors

1 day 17 hours ago
Although ethanol prices are set to tick a few cents per gallon higher next year, some factors remain decidedly out of producers’ control.
Julianne Johnston

Australia Issues La Nina Alert

2 days 7 hours ago
Australia moved one step closer to declaring  La Nina , issuing an alert for the event as the Pacific Ocean continues to cool.
Roger Bernard

When a Farm Truck Becomes a Rolling Shop

2 days 11 hours ago
Time is money to J.D. Dulaney, but he was losing time constantly running from field to shop. He knew tool placement on a flatbed truck option was the key to better efficiency.
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Postharvest Combine Checks Could Save you Time and Money

2 days 14 hours ago
While you might be glad to finally be done with harvest 2017, don’t neglect to make any necessary notes to improve combine performance next harvest. Farm equipment mechanic Dan Anderson says to watch for the following three issues.
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FJCTV: Keeping a Record of Your Plants

3 days 12 hours ago
As farmers are starting to think about seed for the 2018 season, Farm Journal field agronomist Ken Ferrie is reminding producers to keep a record of plants for the future.
Jim Wiesemeyer

Machinery Pete: Combine Values Continue to Find Footing

3 days 16 hours ago
It’s a “better than expected” yield story playing out across the country. Less than ideal summer weather put a damper on hopes of a bountiful crop, but once the combines started to roll, many farmers were pleased with the results. Machinery Pete says it's those yields als [...]
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Hammer-Time

6 days 5 hours ago
I'm still learning how to disassemble and re-assemble things.
Dan Anderson

Best Bang for your Buck

6 days 17 hours ago
It is sad when a majority of farmers report that they don’t implement conservation practices because they are unsure how much bang for their buck a practice will provide.
Tom Buman

Ethanol Demand, Exports Could Create Fresh Demand

1 week 1 day ago
The USDA is calling for another record corn crop at 175.4 bushels per acre and near-record production for soybeans with an average of 49.5 bushels per acre. Now, the industry is looking for new opportunities and fresh demand which could come in the form of fuel.
Anna McBrayer

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